"Men And Dreams In Dhauladhar" is a contemporary fiction novel which is encircled by the lives of three protagonists, Nanda, Khusru & Rekha.
In this collection we catch a glimpse of the strength and fragility of the human race, our insensitivity and vulnerability, our hopes fears.
There is a bit of magic in this book. And I adore the story. I love all the characters except for this annoying stepmom. The story is all about family secrets from generation to generation. This is an easy read and just amazing.
This book made me feel things, it makes me warm inside while reading this, it open my eyes to see how beautiful Paris is in the eyes of the characters, it felt like I was also there.
TITLE: The Secrets That We Keep (A #HeistClub New Blood Anthology) AUTHOR: Featured Stories by New #HeistClub Authors: Blunt | DeChavez | Lanz | Manlapaz | Trinidad Short Stories from Original #HeistClub Authors: Guibone | Manalang | Recio | Soriano Excerpts…
This is not for the faint of heart and not really for the children. And yes, some of the stories are morbid, gruesome and sexual. I am glad that I got through with it and not vomit from the gruesomeness of these stories.
Signed up for the Blog Tour and received an epub copy of this anthology in exchange for an honest review. This is my second blog tour and yes it's still #romanceclass. Blog tour runs from February 19 - 23, 2018.
This book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This is the Grand Prize Winner for the 2015 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature.
When I, started reading it I was excited and curious with the flow of the story. I like it and I have enjoyed reading the characters story. It is a good thing that the story was told in the characters voices.
I have finished this poetry book in one sitting and I totally totally enjoyed it. The poems speaks to me and I can totally relate in most of them. They each has a story to tell, each line bursts full of emotion and feels.
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